Fire In Northern California Has NFL Officials Keeping Eye On Air Quality For Chargers Raiders Game In Oakland

The Chargers are sure they’ll play the Raiders on Sunday. They’re not sure where they’ll play them.

As fires in Northern California’s wine country continue to smolder, air quality concerns in the Bay Area have the NFL monitoring the situation. There is a possibility the game could be relocated.

“As far as I know, we’re going up to Oakland,” Chargers coach

Anthony Lynn said Thursday before practice. “We’re playing up there. I know they have fires up there and the air’s polluted. But will it be clean by the time we play? I don’t know.”

Playing in Oakland still seems like the most realistic option despite conditions that had some Raiders players wearing masks over their mouths during their practice Thursday.

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